Here at West HQ, protecting the health, safety, and wellbeing of our customers and workforce is our highest priority.
UPDATE AS OF 3 JANUARY 2021
Face masks are mandatory for all customers, as advised by the NSW government. Failure to comply may result in a $200 on-the-spot fine.
Children 12 years and under are exempt but are encouraged to wear masks where practicable.
UPDATE AS OF 1 JANUARY 2021
Everyone entering West HQ is required to sign in using the Service NSW QR code, as advised by the NSW government. We recommend downloading the Service NSW app prior to your next visit.
Upon entering you will need to do the following:
- Hold and hover your smartphone camera over the QR code, which can be found on signage at the Main Entrance.
- Click the link that pops up on your screen and follow the prompts until you are checked in with the Service NSW app.
- Show your phone confirmation to one of the friendly Customer Service staff.
- Members will still need to show their Member card and guests will still need to sign in as per the Registered Clubs Act.
- Don’t forget to check-out when you leave, which you can do from within the app
If you require help or do not have a smartphone, our friendly Customer Service staff will assist you to check-in.
UPDATE AS OF 18 DECEMBER 2020
In light of recent news regarding cases of COVID-19, we ask any patron attending The Wiggles-Wiggly Christmas Concert at Sydney Coliseum Theatre who lives in or has recently visited the Northern Beaches follows the directive of NSW Health. For more information visit NSW Health https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/news/Pages/20201216_03.aspx
UPDATE AS OF 7 DECEMBER 2020
From Monday 7 December, entertainment facilities with a COVID-19 Safety Plan and can sell tickets for allocated seated events at 75% of capacity. Face masks are recommended for anyone 12 or over.
UPDATE AS OF 28 SEPTEMBER 2020
From Monday September 2020, entertainment facilities must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and can sell tickets for seated events at 50% of capacity, to a maximum of 1000 tickets, or they can see the 4m2 rule to calculate capacity with no maximum number of people.
UPDATE AS OF 18 MARCH 2020:
The Federal Government has today confirmed that large, non-essential public gatherings over 100 people have been banned until further notice. We will continue to closely monitor all Government issued mandates and will continue to update our current ticket holders promptly.
Following consultation with our industry partners and on the advice of the Australian Government and NSW Department of Health, the following Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ shows have been postponed. We are on standby during regular business hours to take your questions or concerns, please direct your emails to [email protected]
BURN THE FLOOR
Burn The Floor’s Producer, Harley Medcalf, has shared the following announcement;
Clear the Dance Floor..
The Australian Tour of the ballroom and latin dance company BURN THE FLOOR has been POSTPONED until 2021 due to the restrictions on travel and venues with the current Pandemic.
“This is not our last dance,” said Producer Harley Medcalf this morning. “In our 21 years of touring this show we have worked through many crises, this time it is different in it’s reach and scope. We need to consider the health and wellbeing of our dancers, staff, patrons, venues and broader community. We will return to the dance floor as soon as circumstances allow.”
The Burn the Floor Tour is part of a World Tour, 44 performances in the UK are already postponed, any announcement on the Japan Tour and other dates will follow as required.
Burn the Floor performances with the Norwegian Cruise Line ships Breakaway, Getaway and Epic are already on hold.
Sydney Coliseum Theatre, West HQ will update you via email and SMS once the new performance dates have been confirmed by the show’s Producer.
Good hygiene is the best defence against spreading COVID-19. West HQ encourages all to practice proper hygiene methods including:
Washing your hands regularly with soap and water (or use hand sanitiser), particularly before and after eating, and after touching items such as doorknobs
When coughing or sneezing cover your mouth and nose into a flexed elbow
If you are feeling unwell, please don’t risk your health or the health of others – stay at home
Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth as this is how the virus can enter your body
Avoid close contact with others, such as touching
Dispose of tissues after single-use
You should implement self-isolation immediately if you:
You have symptoms of fever, shortness of breath, cough or sore throat; AND
You have travelled from China, Iran, South Korea or Italy in the past 14 days: OR
You have been in direct contact with a known or suspected case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
We continue to actively monitor all developments in relation to COVID-19 and are following advice immediately as issued by NSW Health and relevant related bodies.
For further medical advice, please contact your GP or local emergency department or call the health direct helpline 1800 022 222.
Together let’s work through this.
|Dates||01 Jan 2021|
COVID-19 update to customers #2
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